Tuesday, April 29th, 2008
Celina man 'battles' manmade and animal obstacles to lead a family to safety
By Shelley Grieshop
Bob Chaney doesn't have a shimmering green neck or bright orange webbed feet, but he recently resembled a papa Mallard duck.
Chaney climbed to the depths of a storm sewer and battled hungry dogs and cats while on a mission to lead a mother duck and her precious cargo of ducklings to Grand Lake on Sunday afternoon. [More]
By Nancy Allen
Members of area churches will participate in a Service in Song in celebration of Farm City Week on Sunday at Bethany United Methodist Church in Celina.
As the weeklong observance implies, most of the musical selections - performed by area musicians from several local churches - will have a farm or earth theme. It is free and open to the public. [More]
Obituaries on April 29th, 2008
Megan A. Jeffries, 17, of 9505 Celina Mendon Road, Celina, died at 5:34 p.m. Ap [More]
Elizabeth A. "Libby" Kreider, 92, of 409 E. Butler St., Fort Recovery, died Apr [More]
Ralph Melvin "Bub" Ritchie, 83, of 6730 state Route 219, Celina, died at 10:05 a.m. April 28, 2008, at his residence. [More]
Timothy L. Wale, 58, of 1214 Oakview Drive, St. Marys, died at 11:15 p.m. April [More]
Local pictures on April 29th, 2008
Subscriber stories on April 29th, 2008
ST. MARYS - The upcoming council vote to approve a liquor license for the blues festival may not be unanimous.
At second reading Monday night on th
Area residents Chiara Cameron and Melanie Stucki believe in spending quality time with their families and have discovered a way to help others achieve a similar goal.
City consultant Kent Bryan will have three weeks of annual vacation when he accepts the appointed position of planning and community development director, expected to happen this week.
EQIP demonstration project funds pay for planting cover crops, buffer areas
Farmers in the Grand Lake Watershed have until Friday to sign up for roughly $100,000 left in federal funds to help pay for buffer strip and cover crop planting on their land.
ST. HENRY - Coldwater braved the rains and brought out the bats, collecting 16 hits to give St. Henry its first Midwest Athletic Conference loss of the season in a 14-4 win at the Wally Post Athletic Complex on Monday.
Game suspended in bottom of second inning
Not long after Celina took a 2-0 lead over Minster, the rain that had been falling for most of the game, fell even harder.
The rain, along with a d
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
Parkway gave up four runs in the top of the first, then responded with one in the bottom of the inning and four more in the second as the Panthers came back, then held off Adams Central 8-6 at Don Black Field on Monday to improve to 13-3 on the season.